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Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell is a full-time news reporter at the Richmond News, covering everything from crime to court and human interest to sports.

When he's not writing breaking news stories, Scottish-born and bred Alan is almost always cooking, running, playing football (soccer), socializing with friends or watching his beloved horse racing from his native U.K., with a glass of wine or beer in his hand.

He welcomes your questions, story ideas and opinions.

Email
acampbell@richmond-news.com

Recent Work by Alan

Canada Line Bridge hosts Indigenous murals

Canada Line Bridge hosts Indigenous murals

Three Musqueam artists were selected to create original digital murals, reflecting the past, present, and future of the region, “through the lens of colonialism and reconciliation.”
Amazing Race contest features trip to Richmond

Amazing Race contest features trip to Richmond

Richmond Night Market featured in the season finale of the Amazing Race Canada
Three Richmond men charged with Japanese Yakuza cartel links

Three Richmond men charged with Japanese Yakuza cartel links

A three-year, international investigation led to the arrest and charging of Chun Yu Luk, Shuai Yuan and Ya Bobo Chen
Richmond's 'Lego Man' builds map of his home city

Richmond's 'Lego Man' builds map of his home city

He's recreated some of Richmond's most historic and iconic buildings, now Peter Grant has built a map of the city
K Fresh enoki mushrooms recalled in B.C.: Here's what to do

K Fresh enoki mushrooms recalled in B.C.: Here's what to do

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the product may be infected with listeria
Two women arrested at McArthurGlen with thousands of dollars' worth of stolen items

Two women arrested at McArthurGlen with thousands of dollars' worth of stolen items

Richmond RCMP said a store employee witnessed the theft at the YVR mall then followed the suspects until police arrived
Five-centimetre fishing hook kills seagull in Richmond

Five-centimetre fishing hook kills seagull in Richmond

The Wildlife Rescue Association of BC has warned of the dangers of what it calls discarded “ghost gear"
Video: Remembering the day Queen Elizabeth opened the Massey Tunnel

Video: Remembering the day Queen Elizabeth opened the Massey Tunnel

As the world mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the Richmond News looks back on the day Her Majesty cut the ribbon at The Tube in 1959.
TransLink launches PayByPhone app at park and ride locations

TransLink launches PayByPhone app at park and ride locations

As of Wednesday, PayByPhone will be available at nine TransLink Park and Ride locations
Get your free sunflower selfies at Richmond charity's farm

Get your free sunflower selfies at Richmond charity's farm

The sunflowers at the Tzu Chi Foundation's farm on Finn Road are in full bloom